A cozy little cafe surrounded by many books and good Western coffee. The environment is very quiet with soft English music playing. There is an indoor balcony seatings for those who prefer more privacy, with a small comic collection.

There is a good mix of locals and foreigners, and outdoor area for smokers.

Really enjoyed the ambience here, which we have time to stay for at least 2 hours.

Giang Cafe can be found by walking through a narrow corridor from the main street. There are seatings on the ground floor or first floor (covered rooftop).

Nothing fancy here. Specialty is egg coffee and no food served, sitting on small tables and chairs. Egg coffee is pretty thick.

Nice and affordable ice-cream, from stick ice-cream, cone to sundae. Ice-cream taste pretty milky, with a few flavours.

This is the second time we treated pho in this trip, the food is pretty alright. There could be a short queue on peak period due to the small place.

Do take note only tourists eat here.

A nice hideout to relax and have some Vietnamese dessert. There are little tourists in sight and a small crowd.

Walking around Hanoi. I do find the old quarters pretty charming.

Hanoi street at night.

The fried fish with spring onion and rice noodle is superb. Favourite among local and tourist.

Nice relaxing cafe, decent food and drinks.

Prior to departure for our Hanoi trip, Chee Cheong Fun breakfast at Nyonya Colours. Pretty good for Airport standard.